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First Aid in the Classroom

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Overview

Responding to an emergency can be an overwhelming responsibility for teachers, and this is especially true when in a classroom surrounded by students. In this webinar, John Roche will provide tips and suggestions for controlling your classroom when emergencies happen, discuss strategies for handling the effects of trauma, and provide resources that are available for teachers to learn more. You never know when an emergency may strike, but being prepared can make all the difference.

Although not required, you may also want to view the companion webinar in this series, "First Aid Tips: What to Do in an Emergency" to learn about basic first aid principles, common injuries, and tips for being prepared.

NOTE: This training is non-certified.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Tuesday, August 22, 2017 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Personal Enrichment, School Safety
Tags: classroom safety, emergencies, emergency, first aid, injuries

Reviews (50)

Full Member
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Good overview of typical emergency-type procedures for bleeding, alergic reactions, and a few other medical issues, but having more visuals (or video of procedures) would be helpful. Would be helpful to cover steps to take for broken bones and sprained ankles. Had a student at our elementary school fall and break his arm on the playground. I saw it and was able to properly take care of it while waiting for transport to emergency room because I had Red Cross First Aid Training.
Full Member
 
Great tips for dealing with emergency situations! Thanks!
Basic Member
 
Thank you for the review!
Full Member
 
Great tips and information on how to handle situations that may arise in the classroom on any given day!
Full Member
 
Great presentation. This should be required viewing for PE teachers and other staff.
Basic Member
 
Good info, concisely presented. Know the plan!
Full Member
 
Good information.
Full Member
 
There was so much good information. I hope I never have to use it, but I will be better prepared.
Full Member
 
So important! Teachers can never get enough training as how to handle emergencies in a classroom. I've personally had experiences with students who were having a seizure. So scary even if you do know what to do.
Basic Member
 
Excellent information & extremely well delivered!
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